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BTEC Extended Diploma Health and Social Care
Assessment Front Sheet
Student Name:| | Tutor:| Vicki Boy|
Unit No:| 25| Unit Title:| Coping with Change in a Health and Social care Setting| Assignment Title:| Assignment One - Self-Concept: Theories and Factors| Date Issued:| 31/01/13| Date Due:| |

Learning Outcomes: 1) Understand the nature of self-concept and it links with self-esteemGrading Criteria Covered: Level| Criteria| Award| Sign| Date| Pass 1| Discuss factors which may affect the development ofself-esteem| | | | Resubmission | | | | |

Merit 1| Compare two theories of self-esteem which contributeto our understanding of self-concept| | | | Resubmission| | | | |
Throughout the assignment you need to acknowledge where you have answered each criteria. You also need to include 3 references using the Harvard Reference style.| |
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Scenario: You have applied for a place on a degree in social work at your local university. As part of the application process, you have been asked to write a 2000- word essay on self-concept (P1 and M1).Task: Write an essay that discusses factors which may affect the development of self-esteem [P1] including nature, nurture and the development of self-concept; the growth promoting climate; the looking glass self; self-actualisation; ego identity; social identity and the construction of self.For M1 compare two theories which contribute to our understanding of self-concept, (these can include research from Rogers, Bowlby and his 4 stages of attachment; Harter’s self-esteem scale, Baumeister of Maslow’s hierarchy of needsYou can link this assignment to unit 4 and create a case study if this helps you to answer the criteria.| |

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